Kids’ Slow Ride and Bike Rodeo by Bike Pensacola on Saturday, May 20 from 9 – 11 a.m. from Malaga Square at 1501 N. 11th Avenue. Kids will ride (and parents can join them) a little less than a mile to a nearby East Hill park and back, escorted by motorcycle officers of the Pensacola Police Department. For more visit the Facebook page here.
Blue Wahoos v. Tennessee Smokies, Thursday-Sunday, May 18-21 at Blue Wahoos Stadium. Check here for day-specific times. The themes are Mullet Thursday, Giveaway Friday, Fireworks Saturday, and Family Sunday.
The Four Horsemen – The Album-Quality Metallica Tribute at Vinyl Music Hall, Friday, May 19. Doors open at 7 p.m. Show at 8 p.m. For tickets, click here.
Pensacola Futures Championship, Thursday-Sunday, May 18-21 (times vary) at Roger Scott Tennis Center. Professional Tennis in Pensacola. These are players you will see on tv at Wimbledon and the US Open in a few years. Check the website for daily information.
The Nebula of Georgia at The Pensacola Little Theatre, May 19-27. A dramedy written by one of our own, Joe Nierle, this story of a family in Georgia is chock full of Southernisms and great characters. When a wayward daughter comes home for a funeral, her chilly reception by her family has nothing to do with the sweltering house and everything to do with the family secret that comes to light.
Palafox Market and Palafox Market South Saturday, May 20, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Rain or Shine. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza on N. Palafox St. between Wright St. and
Garden St., and now a second location in Plaza Ferdinand in historic Downtown Pensacola.
Luke & Kaylee at Lucy’s in the Square, Thursday, May 18 at 5:30 p.m. These former Belmont University students are in town from Nashville. With over 3 million streams, this duo is on Spotify’s Editorial Playlist and has a great sound.